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Breaking news along with stories other media tend to overlook, including Mindy Belz's "Globe Trot" reports and Warren Cole Smith's "Signs and Wonders."

Feds crack down on birth tourism, but it’s not illegal

By Courtney Crandell
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Citizenship | Traveling to the United States to have a baby just so the child can get a U.S. passport isn’t illegal. But the federal government is cracking down on the…

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

By Julie Borg
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Science | A bioterror attack 14 years ago killed five people and sickened another 17 when someone spread anthrax through the United States Postal Service. That attack…

Darren Wilson cleared, Ferguson condemned in federal reports

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Race Issues | Federal investigators cleared Ferguson, Mo., Police Officer Darren Wilson of wrongdoing in the shooting death of Michael Brown, even as they declared the…

CPAC shakes up GOP race for president

By Kent Covington & Joseph Slife
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Campaign 2016 | The staff of The World and Everything in It has profiled 22 possible 2016 presidential candidates in its “White House Wednesday” series, which aired on a

Midday Roundup: School’s out for Islamic holidays in NYC

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | School’s out. Students in New York City public schools learned yesterday they will get two extra days off a year in honor of Islamic holidays. The change…

U.S. ambassador to South Korea in stable condition

By Mickey McLean
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South Korea | UPDATE: U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert is in stable condition at a Seoul hospital after a knife attack. According a spokesman at Severance…

Erskine College makes news with old beliefs about sexuality, marriage

By Leigh Jones
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Sexuality | Erskine College is the latest Christian university to create a stir by affirming beliefs about sexuality and marriage held by the church for more than 2,000…

Police officer, suspended over gay pride parade, defends religious liberty

By Sarah Padbury
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Religious Liberty | A former Salt Lake City police officer who was put on leave and later resigned after he objected to riding in the motorcycle brigade at the front of a…

Indiana considers drop boxes for abandoned babies

By Kiley Crossland
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Life | Indiana could become the first state to legalize infant drop boxes, a controversial method for parents to safely and anonymously surrender a baby they might…

Remembering conservative champion M. Stanton Evans

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Obituary | Medford Stanton Evans, one of the most influential players in the conservative movement of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, died yesterday after a long fight…

Midday Roundup: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev finally goes on trial in Boston

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Opening arguments. The trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began today. In opening arguments, prosecutors described the 20-year-old as…

Why was the No Child Left Behind reauthorization abandoned in the House?

By Emily Scheie
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Education | House Republicans scuttled a vote to reauthorize the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal education policy on Friday. Supporters say the delay is temporary and…

 
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